The disturbing story of an Iraqi cameraman thrown in Abu Ghraib by U.S. soldiers as a terrorist suspect, and ultimately cleared, after a year, because there was not a shred of evidence against him. The Pentagon had first given off-the-record briefings accusing him of being a terrorist. There must be better ways to win hearts and minds.

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